Cities and Regions in the Post-Coronavirus Era: The Economic Impact of COVID-19 on Communities
Date: Friday, June 12, 2020
Time: 12-1 p.m.
Host: Center for Urban and Regional Analysis
The Economic Impact of COVID-19 on Communities panel discussion will be the second in a series of events on “Cities and Regions in the Post-Coronavirus Era,” initiating community conversations on what lesson we can learn from this crisis to create a more resilient and sustainable world.
What will be the economic implications for communities due to the COVID-19 pandemic? Currently Ohio unemployment claims top 1 million. What will this mean for our local economy and community going forward?
Moderated by Harvey Miller, director of the Center for Urban and Regional Analysis.
Bill LaFayette - Owner of Regionomics LLC
Jennifer Clark - Section Head of City and Regional Planning at The Ohio State University
Eddie Pauline - Director, Business Development, Economic and Corporate Engagement at The Ohio State University
Learn more and register to tune into our webinar to hear the perspectives of the panelists.
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